Definition of Cartier
1. Noun. French explorer who explored the St. Lawrence river and laid claim to the region for France (1491-1557).
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Literary usage of Cartier
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1. A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in by John Pinkerton (1812)
"And after that Cartier had ... alfo that the faid Cartier had received letters from the king, whereby he did ..."
2. Early English and French Voyages: Chiefly from Hakluyt, 1534-1608 by Richard Hakluyt (1906)
"KING FRANCIS the first having heard the report of Captaine Cartier his Pilot generall in his two former Voyages of discovery, as well by writing as by word ..."
3. Narrative and Critical History of America by Justin Winsor (1884)
"His subordinate, Cartier, was not appointed until October 17 following, his papers being signed by Henry the Dauphin on the 2Oth. ..."
4. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1887)
"In March 1848, seven years after responsible government had been established in Canada, Cartier was elected a member of the legislative assembly for the ..."
5. History of Canada: From the Time of Its Discovery Till the Union Year 1840-41 by François-Xavier Garneau (1866)
"Second voyage of Jacques Cartier; he discovers the river St. Lawrence. ... Cartier winters in the country, his vessels being iced up. ..."
6. The Canadian Portrait Gallery by John Charles Dent (1880)
"In Lower Canada, in the early days of George Etienne Cartier, two avocations ... Cartier chose the latter. To qualify himself for his intended profession, ..."